We've been going to Ashland for the Shakespeare Festival once or twice a year for more than 25 years. Over the years we stayed in the hotels and we stayed in bed and breakfasts. Most were quite nice, but rarely nice enough to keep us from trying any place else. That is, until we decided to try the Ashland Creek Inn 13 years ago. We've never thought twice about trying another place since. Graham is a wonderful host. Very welcoming and knowledgeable about Ashland and the festival scene. The breakfasts are amazing. Really world class. And the chef is happy to oblige any dietary requirements (however difficult or demanding they are). The hibiscus juice and fresh baked goodies in the afternoon are too good to resist. We've stayed in pretty much every room in the inn. Our current favorite is the Copenhagen. Like every room, it has a great view of the creek and a lovely little deck that allows you to sit outside and enjoy the beauty and solitude. It's really hard to believe that you are just a block and a half from the heart of downtown and the festival! I could not recommend the Ashland Creek inn more highly. Fabulous place to stay. Great breakfasts. Perfectly located within an easy walk to the theaters and restaurants. Comfortable, charming, totally delightful. We love it!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ashland’s finest all-suite boutique hotel. Luxury suites featuring sitting rooms, private decks, and kitchenettes all overlooking Ashland Creek in a private park setting. Style, comfort and privacy only 3 blocks from the theatres. Gourmet breakfasts each morning. Featured in Sunset, NY Times, NW Palace, Fodors, AAA, and Moon Guides. ... more less